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How do people earn money?

  • One way is to make lenses for people for money. 

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  • Do you maybe know how to work with some brands?


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  • I would suggest talking to some small brands first and give reasons why they would want there own snap chat filter example (publicity, its trendy etc). But you might have a hard time getting brands to work with you because usually they are not interested in snapchat filters. A great way to sell to people is by making your own Fiver account and page (or any similar sales website) Where you can offer custom personal lenses/filters. Hope this helps.

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  • OK. Thank you so much!

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  • I know i'm late, but I've personally made over $100 bucks on fiverr. It has some potential but I had pure luck in the start phase, though a guy bought like 4 lenses or so and boosted my ratings. I got tired of it at one point so I missed out on a lot of opportunities but i've just started the fiverr grind again to see where it might take me.

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  • I wish snapchat makes a way for creators to make money.

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